Thread: Hexadecaproths
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Old 2006-01-16, 16:13   #1
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Default Hexadecaproths

So, the natural progression is to extend this and search for hexadecaproths:-

Definition, (k,n) is a hexadecaproth if (k,n), (k,n+1) and (k,n+2) are octoproths!

Looking at all of the Dodecaproths that have been found so far, the closest we get is this:-

69283546229205 47 is Dodecaproth! ... Left_legs=0, Rigth_legs=3.

No program exists (yet) to search for them, but I'm sure it will soon...
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